Protesters marching in the street carrying signs.

Human Rights Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo has received death threats and attacks for defending LGBT rights in Uganda. In 2014, Opiyo led the constitutional challenge that struck down the country’s Anti-Homosexuality Act, which called for life imprisonment for same-sex sexual acts. Forum talks with Opiyo about the renewed efforts to criminalize homosexuality in Uganda and about the role of U.S. evangelicals in promoting anti-gay laws in that country.

Guests:
Nicholas Opiyo, human rights attorney; lead attorney on the case that overturned Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act; founder, Chapter Four Uganda

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